With well-liked farmer Anne Eschenroeder back in charge and a whole new board of directors, Phillies Bridge Farm Project is looking to resurrect like a phoenix from its bad year in 2013.
That promise of a better tomorrow has the new board really excited. “On a human level, it’s really incredible what happened,” said Tim Sutton, one of the new board members.
Sutton, who had been a long-time shareholder at the community-supported agriculture (CSA) farm, got inspired to join the board in 2013 when he saw Phillies Bridge in danger.
Last year, the 65-acre CSA . . .
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